Regional Recap, May 5, 2010

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PG Funeral Home Closed After 40 Bodies Found.  A Maryland board has suspended the license of a Riverdale funeral home after an inspector found what seemed to be 40 bodies in body bags in its garage.The Maryland State Board of Morticians and Funeral Directors says the Chambers Funeral Home & Crematorium has until Friday to cremate the bodies. Then the funeral home will be closed.The emergency suspension also affects the business’ two morticians.The state inspector saw a pile, about 12 feet by 12 feet, of body bags containing human remains on the floor of the garage.

Family Evicted From 125-Acre Farm In Laurel.  The fight to save a family farm is over.On Tuesday, Ruth Hearn and her children had to vacate Wincopia Farms in Laurel. The family has owned the 125-acre property for more than 100 years.In 2008, the I-Team reported on how the Hearns ran into financial trouble and accepted funds from a private lender in Virginia.That company, Gourley and Gourley, claimed that the Hearns defaulted, and that led to the eviction.

Campuses Concerned About Domestic Violence.  Domestic violence is not unknown in teenage and young adult relationships and not a rarity on college campuses, experts said.The concern comes after police said a University of Virginia lacrosse player from Maryland was killed by a one-time boyfriend during what appears to be a domestic violence incident.Authorities said 22-year-old George Huguely of Chevy Chase, Md., is charged in the death of 22-year-old Yeardley Love, of Cockeysville, Md.

Affidavit: Player Kicked In Door, Assaulted Victim. A Virginia lacrosse player suspected of killing a member of the women’s team shook her, causing her to hit her head repeatedly against the wall, according to an affidavit.Authorities said 22-year-old George Huguely of Chevy Chase, Md., is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Yeardley Love, of Cockeysville, Md. Both were fourth-year students.An affidavit filed with a search warrant said police found Love face down in her bedroom early Monday with a pool of blood on her pillow. The affidavit said her right eye was swollen shut and that she had facial injuries consistent with blunt force trauma.

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